Airbus Defence and Space partners with NeuralAgent to enhance European defence systems


In a significant advancement for European defense capabilities, Airbus Defence and Space has entered into a strategic partnership with the AI start-up NeuralAgent. This collaboration is set to play a pivotal role in the Future Combat Air System (FCAS) programme, a key initiative led by the Ministries of Defence from France, Germany, and Spain. The partnership aims to integrate cutting-edge artificial intelligence into the FCAS’ Combat Cloud, marking a major leap forward in strengthening European Defence Systems.

The FCAS programme is designed to bridge the innovation gap in defense technology by developing an AI-defined, non-jammable, and resilient network. This network will operate seamlessly in the air, on the ground, and in space, and is focused on automating and optimizing the response times of combat nodes to milliseconds. The collaboration leverages Airbus Defence and Space’s robust infrastructure and NeuralAgent’s innovative decentralized AI technology to create a redundant, high-performance system that is designed to withstand jamming and eliminate single points of failure.

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Dr. -Ing Onur Deniz, CEO of NeuralAgent, emphasized the transformative potential of this partnership: “This contract is a pivotal achievement for NeuralAgent as it allows us to not only redefine the future of AI-defined Secure and Resilient Networks through our foundational AI-Agent Models but also extends our reach into dual-use cases for commercial industries from space to ground, supporting scalable innovation across the EU.”

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Juan Emilio Murillo Martinez, Head of Procurement Software and Cyber Security at Airbus Defence and Space, highlighted how this collaboration positions Airbus at the cutting edge of technological advancements: “Working with disruptive AI start-ups such as NeuralAgent, will propel our innovation efforts and help us stay ahead with the latest AI trends. This collaboration will enhance our capabilities in both legacy and future systems, ensuring we remain at the forefront of technological advancements.”

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This strategic partnership is expected to significantly enhance the autonomous intelligence capabilities of Europe’s defense systems, demonstrating Airbus Defence and Space’s commitment to innovation and leadership in the EU’s most significant defense project.

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